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Birthplace of Ice Hockey
Windsor,  Nova  Scotia, Canada – c. 1800
by Garth Vaughan © 2001
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T.C. Haliburton
King’s College
Haliburton Museum

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Long Pond Story
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Supporting Maps
1786 – "Plan" for King’s
Windsor – Anson Map
1871 – Church Map
1879 – Hendry Map
1880 – Roe Bros Map

1878 – Bird’s Eye View


BIG Maps
1786 – "Plan" for King’s
Windsor – Anson Map
1871 – Church Map
1879 – Hendry Map
1880 – Roe Bros Map

1878 – Bird’s Eye View
Map to Long Pond

Other
1842 – TCH/King’s Deed

Compilation of Maps

Long Pond Fall 2002
Tourism Links


 

 

Land Transfer Between King’s College and Thomas Chandler Haliburton – 1842
For the purpose of making a road Etc.
Date and Purpose of Agreement
Halifax, January 28th, 1842
Hants County Registry of Deeds
WHHS Archives – Photocopy of 1842 Deed

Ambrose Church Map of Windsor 1871

" …Whereas the said Governors, President and Fellows of King’s College at Windsor in the Province of Nova Scotia are desirous of obtaining a part of the land of the said Thomas C. Haliburton called Clifton at Windsor aforesaid between the lands of the said College and the back street of Windsor aforesaid commonly called Chapel street (Note: now known as Albert Street) for the purpose of making a road for the use of said Governor, President and Fellows of King’s College at Windsor in the Province of Nova Scotia…

…such parcel of land in exchange for an equal quantity of land belonging to said Governors, (etc.) King’s College…

…adjoining the South Eastern boundary of the said lands of the said Thomas C. Haliburton…

…and also for consideration of the sum of five shillings of lawful money of the province (from King’s to Haliburton)…in hand well and truly placed at or before the unsealing and delivery of these property…

…described as follows, beginning at the Public road leading to the Chapel and commonly called Chapel road and running along the devision line of the said Thomas C. Haliburton’s land …untill (until) it reaches the north Esatern angle of the College lands…thence South Westwardly along the Northern line of said lands…thence North Eastwardly…to a stake thence North sixteen degrees east…to a spruce…North…to a spruce stump…at the Eastern side of the deep cut for the Railroad of the said Thomas C. Haliburton…etc….untill (until) it strikes the Public road aforesaid and thence Eastwardly along the Southern side of said road to the place of beginning, Containing one acre two roods and seventeen perches…

…and also for consideration of the sum of five shillings of lawful money of the province (from Haliburton to King’s)…in hand well and truly placed at or before the unsealing and delivery of these property…

…beginning on the line between the College lands and the property of the said Thomas C. Haliburton called Clifton…to the Western line of the College lands thence Northerly along last mentioned line…to the North Western angle of the College lands and thence North Eastwardly…to the place of beginning, Containing one acre two roods and seventeen perches… "

 

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